Huntington Ingalls Subsidiary to Mentor Synergy Solutions; Gerald Boyd Comments

acquisitionSN3, a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls Industries, will provide general and technical business insights to Synergy Solutions under the Small Business Administration's mentor-protege program.

SN3 will collaborate with Synergy Solutions to develop new systems and expand capabilities to pursue business opportunities with future government contracts, Huntington Ingalls said Thursday.

“SN3 welcomes the opportunity to mentor our trusted partner Synergy,” said Gerald Boyd, SN3's vice president of business development.

“This relationship will allow us to assist them in further developing their core business.”

Oak Ridge, Tennessee-based Synergy works to support nuclear facility operations and provide security, environmental, health and safety services.

Colorado-based SN3 provides environmental, ecological, waste management, remediation and consultation services to the U.S. public and private sector.

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